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Lindera benzoin (Spicebush)


Habit: Spicebush is a shrub native to woodlands and forests of North America. At about 6-12 feet, it’s an attractive plant to add to a landscape setting or naturalized area. The name “Spicebush” comes from its aromatic leaves when they are broken.


Color: Striking yellow flowers in early spring before leaves emerge- in the wild Spicebush pops in an otherwise bare woodland. In autumn, golden leaves and red fruits grace the branches.


Culture: Spicebush likes full sun/part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Supposedly rather difficult to transplant but in our experience this has not been the case.


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